Infrastructure

Tunneling

Setting the bar

Setting the bar for rapid performance, environmental protection, and safety in storm and sanitary sewer tunnel construction, Michels Canada has experience with a variety of tunneling techniques, including:

To eliminate potential disruptions to schedules, existing services, and surrounding residents, we implement a comprehensive pre-planning process and follow through with services including shaft construction, sliplining, and pipejacking.

Projects

Michels Canada completed a 117-metre long, 2,121-mm diameter tunnel as an outfall for a new wastewater treatment plant on Vancouver Island.

Tunneling

McLoughlin Point Wastewater Treatment Plant outfall

BC

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McLoughlin Point Wastewater Treatment Plant outfall

Michels built a 148-metre long, 1.8-metre diameter tunnel under the Mary Hill Bypass, a major four-lane highway in the Vancouver metropolitan area, to house a 1.5-metre diameter water main.

Tunneling

Port Mann Main No. 2

BC

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Port Mann Main No. 2

The parallel tunnels both run a length of 1500m at a below ground depth of approximately 14m in Saskatoon.

Tunneling

McOrmond Drive Sanitary & Sewer

SK

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McOrmond Drive Sanitary & Sewer

Michels completed a Microtunneling project for the city of Edmonton.

Tunneling

Big Lake W14

AB

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Big Lake W14

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